Bible Reading Chart (Free PDF)


This free Bible reading chart can be helpful as you are reading through the Bible, to see how much progress you are making. I like visual ones that have boxes for each chapter, so that you can color in the boxes as you go. My husband created this chart to help you as you read through the Bible this year:

My husband and I are attending a small group Bible study from our church, and we are reading through the Bible. Even though my husband and I have read through the Bible many times, we’ve never read the entire Bible with each other as a couple before. It’s fun taking turns reading to each other and commenting on what we are reading. Simply reading the Bible can draw couples closer together spiritually, especially when you pray together as a couple. (Exception: the dry genealogies–you might want to play those on audio off your cell phone, so you don’t have to figure out how to say all those names! My husband sets his cell phone on the coffee table, and we listen to a free Bible app.)

Depending on what you are going through in your life, different things will pop out at you. Since I’ve been teaching about prayer this past year, every verse about prayer seems to pop out at me. I’m surprised by how many times fasting is connected to prayer, as I never noticed that before.

Other times I’ve been convicted of specific sins while reading the Bible. My eyes have been opened to all the verses about anger, and what results from it.

Reading through the entire Bible in one year will help you get a sweeping panorama of history and how God has worked throughout the ages, to give you a more complete picture of God.

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12 Responses to “Bible Reading Chart (Free PDF)”

  1. This is great, Susan! I have reading through the Bible on my goals list and have tried various ways to accomplish that. Maybe, with the help of your handy chart, I will finally succeed in 2014! Thank you. 🙂

  2. Susan,
    Thank your husband for creating this useful tool and thank you for providing, along with the reminders of the benefits of reading through the Bible.

    Happy New Year!


  3. Hi Susan,
    Looks like a great tool to help – it’s funny how sometimes we don’t realise how much tools can help us until we actually try them!
    Happy New Year!

  4. Shecki says:

    I had a tri-fold brochure with a Bible in a year reading plan on it that lived in my Bible for YEARS with only about 1 column (out of 6) checked off. I like the highlighting idea! We’re doing MFW, and it’s not uncommon for us to read a chapter or more in a day. Being able to mark it off on a personal level, too, would totally be a bonus for me.

  5. Adelien Tan says:

    It is a great tool to track what we have read in the bible. Thanks for sharing. Will pay forward.

  6. Karen Kiele says:

    This is the best chart I have found to help me read through the Bible each year.
    I have also shared it with many people.
    Whether they read the Bible in one year or five, this chart is a great help.

    I am also glad that your website is on the chart. Otherwise, after finishing the chart, I would have forgotten where I had found the chart.

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